Cabrera went 2-for-4 with a home run in Tuesday's 5-4 loss to Arizona. The homer was Cabrera's third of the season and first in 12 games. The 32-year-old outfielder is second on the team in at-bats but has the lowest OPS (.623) among the team's regular starters. His placement near the top of the order affords him some RBI and run-scoring opportunities, but his bat is making little impact thus far in 2017. There's not much behind him in the organizational pipeline, so White Sox manager Rick Renteria will keep running him out there and hope he breaks out.
Cabrera was a late addition to Tuesday's starting lineup. He'll bat fifth and play left field. Cabrera originally was tabbed for a night off, but he'll re-enter the lineup after Avisail Garcia (undisclosed) was scratched from the contest. Cabrera will look to turn around his fortunes at the plate after batting just .214 over his last 14 games played.
Cabrera is not in the lineup Tuesday against the Diamondbacks. The veteran outfielder is batting just .214 over his past 14 games played, so he'll head to the bench for his first night off since May 14. Willy Garcia will slot in as the left fielder to round out the Garcia-Garcia-Garcia outfield for the South Siders on Tuesday night.
Cabrera is not in the starting lineup for Sunday's game against San Diego. The White Sox will sport their all-Garcia outfield with Willy Garcia filling in for Cabrera in left field. He joins Leury Garcia in center and Avisail Garcia in right.
Cabrera went 1-for-5 with a three-run home run in Thursday's loss to Minnesota. The homer was Cabrera's first in the month of May and only his second of the entire season. The Melk Man is hitting only .235/.291/.322 on the season, but seems bound to heat up at the dish given his track record. Fantasy owners should be rewarded for their patience, even if the power doesn't come around.
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